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Joy Division: Les Bains Douches 18 December 1979

Probably my favorite of the live releases. It’s maybe the longest show, and the performances are mostly pretty good. “Atrocity Exhibition” is pretty intense here. Ends with “Atmosphere” which is cool. 9 more words

October's Record Club: JOHN PEEL NIGHT

Glossop Record Club returns on Thursday 9th October for JOHN PEEL NIGHT, curated and hosted by record club regulars Gavin Hogg and Steve McNamee. 1,767 more words



‘Be Slowly’
(Out Now on SideOneDummy)
LURKING DEEP BENEATH THE SEA OF UK ALTERNATIVE ACTS is JAWS, a youthful band of brothers with a debut album that has enough teeth to take a great big big bloody bite out of the formulaic floaters up top.  278 more words

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Joy Division: Preston 28 February 1980

This is pretty good I guess. Short show. There are some technical difficulties with the synth songs. The sound always sounds so weak when they switch over.

Interpol Returns to Form

Tyler Leahy
Opinions Editor

Back in 2002, Interpol dug themselves the deepest of holes. That year, the then three-piece band from New York City released their full-length debut Turn on the Bright Lights. 387 more words

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Despair Division - A Joy Division Tribute

Die Entweihung has come out with a Joy Division tribute cassette, available only in the US for $6 on Acephale Winter Productions. It covers the classic songs in a wide range of styles and so be warned – it’s not your parents Joy Division.

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Music Box in 1980: Joy Division's "Closer"

I almost couldn’t decide on an album to pick from 1980, not because there was no good music, but because there wasn’t much that spoke to me. 874 more words